Oxbridge Academy ladies soccer look to get again on monitor at districts

WEST PALM BEACH – Oxbridge Academy ladies soccer workforce is trying to put their season finale behind them and return to profitable methods as district playoffs open this week in highschool soccer. 

After struggling simply their second lack of the season to Benjamin final week, the Thunderwolves (13-1-2) spent the week getting locked in forward of postseason play. 

Oxbridge workforce captain Angelina Coelho leads an upstart offense into their first spherical in opposition to King’s Academy on Thursday. 

Forward of the district matchup, listed below are three takeaways from Oxbridge’s season and what to anticipate of their postseason efficiency: 

The Oxbridge Academy girls soccer team celebrates during a match in the 2021-22 winter season.

1. Assault of the freshmen!

Freshman Aniyah Seedeen-Vargas leads the Thunderwolves with 10 objectives, and the following highest goal-scorer is Liani Gil, her freshman accomplice within the attacking half.

It’s been a youthful attacking surge from Oxbridge this season, however whereas the long run could also be extremely vivid, these freshmen are simply as able to win now as they’re later.

“She has her complete future forward of her and she or he has been a powerhouse within the entrance and within the midfield,” head coach Nelly Palage mentioned of Seedeen-Vargas. “Within the attacking mid, she has been very important to this workforce. That has [given] us a completely totally different perspective of how we assault as a workforce.